Mercedes-Benz SL by Piecha Design

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Rottweil-based Mercedes-Benz tuning specialist, Piecha Design, has created a new package for the facelifted R230 SL-Class model.

Visually, Piecha offers a lower front spoiler and light units that replace the factory items, but include LED daytime running lights as well as fog lamps. At the rear there’s a discreet bootlid spoiler and the quad tailpipes that finish off the company’s stainless steel sports exhaust system.

Depending on your model of SL, Piecha can provide springs or a lowering module – for cars fitted with ABC (Active Body Control) active suspension system – to achieve a -30 mm drop in ride height. The monster 20-inch rollers are Piecha’s MP1 monoblock wheels, finished in polished titanium silky-gloss.

Finally, Piecha adds one of its power converters, which eradicates the delay that can often be experienced in cars with fly-by-wire accelerators, and a module that allows the driver to raise and lower his roof at speeds up to 60 km/h. We’re not sure how beneficial that is, but…

[Source: PIECHA Design]



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